Smith Guide's Choice ChromaPop+ Sunglasses - Polarized

Smith Guide's Choice ChromaPop+ Sunglasses - Polarized
Smith Guide's Choice ChromaPop+ Sunglasses - Polarized
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Guide's Choice ChromaPop+ Sunglasses - Polarized by Smith
You can't catch the fish if you can't see the fish (or so we've been told), so it's not surprising that Smith's Guide's Choice Polarized ChromaPop+ Sunglasses are ridiculously popular with anglers of all stripes. The ChromaPop+ polarized lenses are made to boost color, increase contrast, and cut glare like you wouldn't believe, so staying on the water all day won't burn your retinas, and the eight-base curve gives the Guide's Choice a snug wraparound fit that prevents rays from sneaking in the sides of your eyes. To keep your shades stuck on your face, Smith included hydrophilic megol nose and temple pads, premium Italian spring hinges, and even a detachable leash that'll make sure you don't spend the day trying to fish your sunnies off the sea floor. Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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